Today concludes the three-day US state visit, with President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania due to depart for Ireland this afternoon.
Fashion-wise, all eyes have been on the glamorous Melania, and she hasn’t disappointed, showing off six ensembles (so far) from a variety of luxury designers.
From her travel outfits to custom evening looks, here’s what you might have missed…
The fashion parade began before Air Force one had even departed for the UK.
Melania was pictured boarding the Presidential plane in a Gucci shirt dress printed with images of London, including Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Coincidence? Probably not.
Touching down at Stansted on Monday, the 49-year-old had changed into a navy blue pencil skirt and a red, white and blue printed blouse, a navy jacket slung over her shoulders in typical ‘shoulder robing’ style.
Later that day, the couple arrived at Buckingham Palace, greeted by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Attending a ceremonial welcome by the Queen and a garden party, Melania chose a white pencil dress with navy trim, a custom design by Dolce & Gabbana, and a matching hat by Hervé Pierre.
The prim ensemble drew comparisons to Mary Poppins and Eliza Doolittle, with some saying the former model was paying homage to traditional British style.
The Trumps returned to Buckingham Palace on Monday night for a state banquet attended by the Queen, the Duchess of Cambridge and other members of the royal family.
Melania donned a Dior gown for the occasion, accessorising the dove grey sleeveless column dress with long white gloves.
On Tuesday, Donald and Melania headed to Downing Street to meet with Theresa May and her husband Philip, later attending a garden party at the Prime Minister’s residence.
The First Lady rarely recycles outfits, but she did on this occasion, choosing a Celine trench she first wore a year ago, teamed with black belt, gloves and Hermès bag.
The choice of the trench, a typically British outerwear style, designed when Brit Phoebe Philo was at the helm of the brand, was seen as another nod to British fashion.
For the second state banquet of the trip, hosted by the Trumps at the US Ambassador’s residence, Melania sported the most glamorous outfit of the trip.
Her bright red Givenchy gown featured floor-length cape sleeves and sequin detailing at the neckline.
Givenchy’s creative director is British designer Clare Waight Keller, who created the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding dress – Melania’s evening gown was seen as yet another tribute to British fashion.